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  •   Home > News > Law and Order

    Police have issued a warning over a number of people attending a church service in Auckland on Sunday

    Police have issued a warning over a number of people attending a church service in Auckland on Sunday


    Under Alert Level Three no public church services can be held - but places of worship are encouraged to go online.

    Police say a man at a Mangere East property was spoken to about the risk to the public from not following restrictions - and he has been given a written warning.

    Meanwhile 583 vehicles were turned away from checkpoints between 6am on Sunday and 3.30pm yesterday - out of nearly 39 thousand vehicles stopped.

    Police say they'll continue to follow up on reports of alert level breaches - and take appropriate action.

    © 2021 Newstalk ZB, NZCity


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